Arizona SharePoint Professionals Group. January 28th 2010 meeting. Agenda. Tonight’s Sponsor. Welcome Back!!! Happy Birthday AZSPG!!!. Thank You for your support!!!. 191 Attendees 18 volunteers 12 Sponsors 20 Sessions 16 Speakers $5000+ in prizes including 3 Xboxes and
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$5000+ in prizes including 3 Xboxes and
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SharePoint 2010 virtual machine available
SSP Speaker Request for Scottsdale Conference (Feb 25th)
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SharePoint 2010 Dev & Planning Centers
Cloud based services enrich value
Foundation of your web business
Establish operational procedures for managing and maintaining IAMOSS + IA Components
Page and navigation structure
Properties used to classify and organize content items
Defines the attributes of a list item, document, folder
Structured: pre-defined info hierarchies...
Un-structured: relevancy linking, user preferences...
Structured: pre-defined properties, classification taxonomies...
Un-structured: user-generated properties...
Structured: workflows, lists types, document types, security...
Un-structured: wikis, folksonomies, blogs...
Program Manager – strategic, programmatic and marketing leadership
Information Architect – organizes content and designs navigation systems to help people find and manage information
SharePoint Architect – understand the END GOAL of the solution and optimize use of infrastructure and technologies to meet current and future demands
Graphic Designer – design of visual elements and style guides
ASP.NET Developers – create and package any necessary customizations
SharePoint Business Analyst – understands and applies SharePoint capabilities for content creation
Content Authors – creation of web content & meta data
Content Deployment – move content from one site to another (i.e. from staging to production)
Variations – tailor sites for different cultures, markets and geographic regions
Host-named site collections – provide scalability for hosting large numbers of sites
Web parts are bad, field controls are good
Publishing page templates
Control what content is displayed and how the content is laid out on the publishing page
ASPX files stored in the Master Page Gallery
Associated with a content type
Contain field controls
Inherited from WSS:
Page URL requested
Page layout executed in content of page
Content server controls bind to page fields
Rendered page returned
Publishing Solutions to Common Problems
To list or not to list?
Doug Perkes - Senior Consultant, Microsoft Corp.
Rick Taylor - Summit 7 Systems
Travis Clayton - Microsoft Consulting
Tim Baggs- Microsoft SharePoint TSP
Web content management